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I made this for my wedding anniversary. I know the sentiment is a little strange - but it makes sense if you know my hubbie.

I used Lindsay Weirich's cute digital coffee mug. Be sure to check out Lindsay's blog and her store.

I made the sentiment using WordArt (in MS Word) I used the RGB codes to match the CTMH paper.

All paper (except white base and brown) is from the CTMH Magic Moments pack.

The ribbon was a scrap in the bottom of my green ribbon container and the rickrack is from Martha Stewart.

I paper pieced the cup and saucer from the CTMH paper. Colored in the steam on the blue cup back. Accented with Gelly Roll clear glitter pen.

Thank you for looking!

Comments

Patricia said…
I love this card! Thanks for sharing.
Very Cute! I love how you did the inside of the card too, lovely! Neat trrick to use the word art feature!
Tamara Putvin said…
Adorable. I love how you used Lindsey's stamp.. Thanks for sharing..

Wishing you abundant blessings,
Tami
Micki said…
Wow, I love it!!!! And I never take the time to do the inside (I'm always behind, lol) it's such a great touch! Card looks really really good.
Tamara Bennett said…
This is so cute! I absolutely love how the sentiment goes around and the colors are beautiful!
Margie said…
Very cute! Great job with the digi stamp!

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